The United States, Spain and the United Kingdom all recorded their worst coronavirus death tolls for a single day yesterday, while the world closes in on one million total confirmed cases.
In the latest figures released for coronavirus infections, the United States recorded over 25,000 new cases of COVID-19 in just one day, while experts are predicting that there could be as many as 240,000 deaths nationwide, and the worst case scenario models say that the death toll could even rise into the millions.
America is in trouble, with projections showing that there will be a massive surge in the number of coronavirus cases that will plague the third most populated country in the world.
American stock markets are plummeting and Donald Trump’s economic gains as president have now been completely eradicated, while the other major stock markets around the world aren’t doing any better.
United States President Donald Trump has announced several travel restrictions that will be shutting down travel routes from 26 European countries.
With a majority of the primary races called after the March 10 Democratic primaries, it’s very likely that Joe Biden is going to be the man chosen to run against Donald Trump. Sadly, 2020 is probably going to be a nauseating deja vu for America and Trump will be in the White House for anotherContinue reading “Biden All-But Seals Dem Primary: Prepare For 4 More Years Of Trump”
United States President, Donald Trump has responded to the growing fears of a coronavirus outbreak in America by pitching a payroll tax cut to mitigate economic uncertainty.
The state of California, the biggest in the United States, has now declared a state of emergency after a 71-year-old man became the first coronavirus fatality. There are now more than 150 patients infected with COVID-19 throughout the US. The patient in question died in a hospital near Sacramento, according to BBC, and had underlyingContinue reading “California Declares Coronavirus Emergency After 1st Death”
Former Vice President, Joe Biden, walks away from Super Tuesday as the big winner, after ostensibly winning nine of the 15 primaries that were held on the day, with the important states of California and Texas still some way off of 100% reporting. So far, only five states have 100% reporting (as of the earlyContinue reading “Biden The Big Winner On Super Tuesday”
We take a look at all of the candidates and the latest developments ahead of Super Tuesday.